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Keith Lockwood

Lever Sportsman’s wrist watch

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Hi, I have found a Lever Sportsman’s wrist watch. It has a round face,  in two different circular  tones of colour. It ha a very small second hand at the bottom placed inside the bottom ring of colour. Either side is foreign made A huge winder with a very fine pin into the watch. It appears to be made in a dull brass coloured metal.  Inside is a brass movement, a cover is missing and part of the moment beneath. It is not working. Question is it worth spending money on. Keith Lockwood.

 

 

 

 

 

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Do you like it? If so, consider spending some money to get it working. I can recommend the repair work of a forum member "Simon2".

Oh, and welcome to the forum!

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Boots, thanks for your welcoming message. I’m not sure how much to spend on getting it repaired. I have had the watch from a sale among other things. I would sell the watch repaired If it would be economical to do so. Do you know anything about this maker? Next thing is to send photos to your friend for guesstimate. Thanks again for your interest. Keith.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Keith Lockwood said:

Hi, I have found a Lever Sportsman’s wrist watch. It has a round face,  in two different circular  tones of colour. It ha a very small second hand at the bottom placed inside the bottom ring of colour. Either side is foreign made A huge winder with a very fine pin into the watch. It appears to be made in a dull brass coloured metal.  Inside is a brass movement, a cover is missing and part of the moment beneath. It is not working. Question is it worth spending money on. Keith Lockwood.

Your description sounds like it would need rebuilding, which will require a lot of work and require parts that may be hard to find. It's unlikely to be worth the investment if your intention is only to sell it on.

There's a thread on another forum which may help you identify it.

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